Herve Ouanezar

Dr. Herve Ouanezar Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon - Specialized in Knee and Joint replacement

Years of Experience : 15+

Nationality : France

Languages Known : English, French

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Dr. Herve Ouanezar, MD, is a US Fellowship-trained Orthopedic Surgeon specializing in knee and hip surgery and sports medicine. After graduating from Lyon University Medical School in France, he completed his Residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at Hospices Civils University Hospital. Subsequently, he completed three world-renowned Sports Medicine and Knee Surgery Fellowships, including one at the prestigious Hospital for Special Surgery FIFA Medical Centre in New York, USA. During his training, Dr. Ouanezar served as a Team Physician and treated recreational and professional athletes in various sports (football, basketball, skiing, etc.). He has a special interest in sports-related injuries in soccer players. Dr. Ouanezar is a graduate of the FIFA Medical Diploma and the International Olympic Committee Diploma. His clinical interests include anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries, meniscus tears and their management (including meniscal repair and meniscus transplantation), complex multi-ligament knee injuries, patellofemoral pain and instability, and cartilage restoration procedures. Dr. Ouanezar has utilized his vast and comprehensive research on sports medicine injuries to improve patient care and treat knee and hip problems. He has published more than 30 peer-reviewed scientific manuscripts and book chapters and has given professional presentations, symposia, and instructional course lectures. His athletic accomplishments have given him a unique insight and understanding of the importance of maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle. His areas of expertise include, 

  • Total hip replacement, anterior approach, dual mobility cup 
  • Hip arthroscopy 
  • Hip fracture 
  • Total knee replacement, partial knee replacement 
  • Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury 
  • Meniscus tears and their management (including meniscal repair and meniscus transplantation) 
  • Complex multi-ligament knee injuries 
  • Osteotomy 
  • Patella instability 
  • Tibial plateau fracture 
  • Lower limb fracture 
  • Acetabulum and pelvic fracture 
  • Femoral fracture 
  • Bimalleolar fracture 
  • Achilles tendon rupture